So I just got done with the 3rd season of a sitcom im ripping to my ATV. I had been using DVD Decrypter to rip the disc by selecting "select main movie files" then encoding with the handbrake universal feature (for my atv and iphone) I tested it with the first episode of the first season before I went into full assembly line mode ripping and encoding. First episode looked great soft subs even worked as CC's were on disc. So naturally I was ripping discs and encoding at the same time to get it done. Did seasons 1+2 last night and just finished up season 3 today. as I got to the last episodes on the last disc of season 3 I realized I was missing one as there was supposed to be 6 on that disc. So i went back to try and find it and as I did I noticed some episodes were half the length they were supposed to be which freaked me out so i started previewing them. some had COMMENTARY audio instead of regular audio! so I went back thru the other seasons and some episodes were just as perfect as the first but some were only clips or had a commentary track...so needless to say all the time I've spent on this in the past 2 days was for nothing as I now have to rerip and reencode everything all over again. Lesson of this story? Dont use dvd decrypter for tv shows! Im using dvd shrink now and its a little slower to get going but you can preview what your ripping and select which audio track you want for each episode and such. So have you guys ever got really far in ripping/encoding a collection only to realize there were issues and you had to do it all over again?